Fifty Shades of PETA

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It’s a real head-shaker this week as Daniel an Paul revisit zero tolerance stupidity in the case of a 9-year-old who was suspended from school for telling another kid that he could make him disappear with the “one ring” from Lord of the Rings. According to West Virginia lawmaker Brian Kurcaba – rape is “beautiful” is a child is born as a consequence, but even his idiocy may not stack up against the family that “kidnapped” a 6-year-old boy at gunpoint to teach him about stranger danger. PETA are in the spotlight again, and of course the guys couldn’t go the entire episode without discussing “50 Shades of Grey” or Steve Buscemi.

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Future Darwin Award Winners

This week it appears that the internet is full of potential Darwin Award winners as we hear about the burglar who broke into the house of a competitive axe-thrower, and the man who jumped out of a moving car to avoid an argument with his girlfriend. We also here about the genius who turned up at court with his meth pipe, and the Texas folks who booed and walked out of presentation by Bill Nye “The Science Guy” because he said that the moon was a reflector and didn’t emit light. Controversy erupts when we discuss the two English women that won first prize at a fancy dress competition for dressing up as the Twin Towers, complete with explosions.

Finally, and perhaps epically, our “Bad Joke Of The Week” caller returns, but this time he puts on a different sort of performance for us!

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